Campo Flicker

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Campo Flicker

Campo FlickerOriginal.jpg

Character Data
Japanese Name: アリツカゲラ
Romanised Name: Aritsukagera
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Colaptes campestris
Distribution: Eastern Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, North-Eastern Argentina
Diet: Insectivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 4 years
Read More: Campo Flicker
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 LC.svg.png
Campo Flicker Anime Nexon Game

The Campo Flicker is a type of Friend that has made appearances in both the original Kemono Friends game and the anime.

Appearance

Campo Flicker has short hair. It is yellow at the sides, but becomes parted in black at the middle and is fully black at the back. In the middlemost bang usually representing the beak, it is a light gray that fades into orange. Like other bird Friends, she also has a campo flicker's wings on the sides of her eart. She has brown eyes and very small rounded glasses. She has a yellow ruffled collar, and wears a gray suit similar to what a secretary would wear. It has a black tie. She also has a gray scarf patterned after the campo flicker's fur patterns. Her thighhigh socks also follow this pattern. She wears light brown boots. Like many other Friends, she has a tail that fits her species, the Campo Flicker.

In Real Life

Campo flicker on a tree

The Campo Flicker is part of the woodpecker family. The Campo Flicker feeds almost exclusively on the ground, mainly feeding on large amounts of ants and termites. The Campo Flicker hammers large holes into buildings, probably for roosting or storing food. The Campo Flicker is able to chase away from the nest-site birds of prey by mobbing if the nest is threatened. The Campo Flicker has undulating flight, with periods of active wing beats interspersed with glides.

References

http://www.arkive.org/campo-flicker/colaptes-campestris/


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